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Some of what you will get in the Eclectic Horseman Magazine

A Flagging Project

With Mindy Bower If you are creative, you can find ways to prepare you and your horse for demanding jobs, such as roping, where there are...

Should You Start Your Own Colt? Some ideas to consider if...

Written by Sylvana Smith This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.28 Spring is finally here, and that homebred colt that was born in your...

Centering Your Horse with Buck Brannaman

What I am looking for when I am riding a horse of any level, a green colt or an experienced bridle horse, is for...

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Horsemanship Skills

Improving Your Weight Aids

Written by Wendy Murdoch Many riders struggle to apply their weight aids correctly. While your dressage instructor may clearly tell you where to have your...

Leveling Your Seat Bones

For Visual Learners

Build Your Confidence

Backing a Serpentine

With Mindy Bower A backed serpentine should look just like a forward serpentine: a series of half circles connected by straight lines when changing...

Winter Projects Part 2

With Jeff Derby In the last issue of Eclectic Horseman, Jeff Derby discussed his approach to working on winter projects in general, and getting a...

Catching Up on Rope Exposure

With Bryan Neubert At a recent clinic Bryan demonstrated how he might get a colt used to a rope touching him on the hind legs...

Tracks in The Snow

Written by Bryan Neubert "I don’t know about you, but for me I often had a lot of trouble leaving our yard for the first...

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